Review of Parliamentary Pay, Pensions and Allowances 2007

Review of Parliamentary Pay, Pensions and Allowances 2007

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This report by the Review Body on Senior Salaries makes 34 recommendations for parliamentary pay arrangements and allowances for 2007, covering both the House of Commons and House of Lords. Recommendations include: (i) that for 2007 the salaries of MPs be increased by a further 1.9% of the salary payable from 1 November 2006, taking the new salary to Ap61, 820, with the increase backdated to 1 April 2007; that the annual uprating take place on 1 April each year, beginning April 2008; that for 3 years, beginning in April 2008, MPs salaries be increased by Ap650 a year and that future reviews of parliamentary pay, pensions and expenditure take place at four-yearly intervals; that from 1 April 2007 Ministers in the House of Lords receive the same pecentage increase in their salaries as Ministers of the same rank in the Commons; that the National Audit Office should audit the expenses of a representative sample of MPs each year; that partners of MPs who are named in the Parliamentary Contributory Pension Fund as sole beneficiaries should be entitled to the same travel arrangements available to spouses and civil partners; that the London Supplement be increased to Ap3, 500, and henceforth adjusted in line with the Public Sector Average Earnings.Report to the Review Body on Senior Salaries Review of Parliamentary Pay and Allowances 31 March 2007 Overnight Subsistence 5.6 ... at a reduced rate of Ap 106.50 (known as a maintenance allowance) for nights away from London whilst on parliamentary business, in order to reimburse ... financial means sometimes have to give up rental properties during the recess, particularly during election years.

Title:Review of Parliamentary Pay, Pensions and Allowances 2007
Author: Great Britain. Review Body on Senior Salaries
Publisher:The Stationery Office - 2008-01-01

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